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Chronic Fatigue Syndrome is now officially known as Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (ME/CFS). The CDC believes this is a vastly under-diagnosed condition. In this episode, you'll learn:

--Why Chronic Fatigue Syndrome was a diagnosis that did not get much respect. And why the name change was encouraged by government agencies in 2015.

--How the Centers for Disease Control believes that 90-95% of cases are not being diagnosed or treated properly.

--That even children can be affected by ME/CFS, though it is more common in women, minorities, and those between the ages of 33 and 50.

--Why a person's "phase angle" (or electromagnetic charge around the cells) can indicate the condition.

--How one-fourth of those with ME/CFS are bedridden and unable to function. And how the Social Security department wanted to create more awareness of this disease because it costs between $17 and $24 billion annually.

--The symptoms of ME/CFS, including: severe fatigue for at least six months, cognitive impairment, muscle or joint pain, headaches, swelling of lymph nodes, sore throat, and complete exhaustion after any kind of mental or physical work.

--The underlying viral infections that can cause ME/CFS, including: Epstein-Barr virus, Lyme Disease, Rickettsia, Retroviruses, Bornaviruses, Fungi and Mycoplasma, Flu viruses, Xenotropic murine leukemia virus-related virus (XMRV), and Cytomegalovirus.

--Why The Structure-Function approach used by The Prather Practice is "really the only way of getting success" with this disease process. And why there is really no effective Disease Care approach to ME/CFS.

--How Homeopathy stimulates the immune system to combat the underlying viruses that cause ME/CFS. And why those with ME/CFS "do not do well" with pharmaceuticals and antibiotics.

--The effectiveness of supplementation, herbals, Chiropractic adjustments, Acupuncture, and therapeutic massage for ME/CFS patients. And the importance of blood analysis every three months for these patients.


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